Getting Veterans Benefits Doesn’t Have to Be a Losing Battle

Latest eBook Released: “Veterans Disability Claims: Strategies for a Winning Campaign,” Veteran Disability Attorney Marc Whitehead details the best strategies to use so that veterans can begin receiving VA benefits.

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Attorney Marc Whitehead

Attorney Marc Whitehead

The Veterans Claims Process can be complicated, and as a result, many veterans don’t obtain the benefits they’ve earned. That’s why we’ve created a resource to give them a fighting chance.

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) February 01, 2013

The Veterans Claims Process can be complicated, and as a result, many veterans don’t obtain the benefits they’ve earned. Those who have served our country as a member of the U.S. armed forces and were impaired as a result, either physically or psychologically, deserve compensation for their sacrifice.

With his latest eBook, “Veterans Disability Claims: Strategies for a Winning Campaign,” Veteran Disability Attorney Marc Whitehead details the best strategies to use so that veterans can begin receiving benefits.

“Deserving veterans and their dependents have little chance of understanding how to meet the endless and complex requirements of the VA disability claims process,” said Whitehead. “Many claims are initially denied or unreasonably delayed, and the reasons why are inexcusable. That’s why we’ve created a resource to give them a fighting chance.”

The downloadable e-book covers:

  •     The Veterans Claim process;
  •     Eligibility requirements to receive Veterans benefits;
  •     What benefits you can apply for;
  •     Veterans Benefit Pension;
  •     Appealing denied claims;
  •     Special rules for combat Veterans; and
  •     Much more.

Too often Veterans and their families are denied their rightful claims. Others give up fighting for their benefits because they are frustrated with process. Marc Whitehead & Associates can help veterans who just started the process or if who have been denied.

A free e-copy of “Veterans Disability Claims: Strategies for a Winning Campaign” as well as other helpful resources are available on our website by clicking here now. Veterans can also call (800) 562-9830 to schedule a no cost consultation.


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